New York — before the City | Eric Sanderson

March 31, 2020 by 35 Comments



400 years after Hudson found New York harbor, Eric Sanderson shares how he made a 3D map of Mannahatta’s fascinating pre-city ecology …

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35 Replies to “New York — before the City | Eric Sanderson”

  1. RETRO TV says:

    De la clase de Vero

  2. George I says:

    Awesome presentation

  3. ruzzell907 says:

    This is absolutely beautiful.

  4. ruzzell907 says:

    How about Queens? I want to know why here in Elmhurst there are hills and bulges on the land here. There has been so much development that it's hard to see what was there before all of the roads, rail, tunnels, houses, and building.

  5. 1:21 Yes I can see everything

  6. Syed Ali says:

    It was jungle back then, now it is concrete jungle like once Mr. Marley said for some other reasons.

  7. So sad how much we have ruined our planet.

  8. Makoto Sekai says:

    People with technologies today are impressive. The only thing I do is to visualize the scenery.

  9. Bandicoot says:

    Yea, looks like parts of Jersey, when your stuck on the turnpike.

  10. Fil More says:

    Summary: I have a map for that

  11. whyYUbee says:

    It only shows how people destroy the planet through their existence. So sad to be a human too.

  12. Sandi Brcan says:

    To cut this short..people ruin everything

  13. Sevi Regis says:

    Wonderful, agree totally with the future vision. Manhattan at present is extremely over-developed and crumbling, a display of man's unbridled selfish ambitions. It has lost its organic, life support. Cities need to be scaled down and fully sustainable leaving many open green spaces, waters, and natural ecosystems intact.

  14. Jan Golden says:

    I wonder did the audience think, "My God, it was so beautiful, and now it's a hideous monster full of pollution, stress, violence, junk food and Donald Trump's hotels"

  15. Glomi babel says:

    hello I would like to know if there is a 3d map of buildings of new york from past

  16. Yes NYC would have looked beautiful back then but you have to realize human development is inevitable and that there is plenty of natural land existing

  17. Greg Smith says:

    Very interesting and well done. But he drives me crazy with the overused "so."

  18. If only there was an 'undo' button for so-called civilization.

  19. Comdesron17 says:

    Interesting how the natives were left out in that natural habitat…..the usual white man bullshit!!!

  20. Someone get this guy a cocktail …. he’s so boring lol

  21. Junshu Liu says:

    0:42 A new world in Minecraft, Day 1

  22. GEARS 1984 says:

    All those White people and Jews just had to come here to pollute this great land.

  23. WHO EVER PAID FOR THIS, WASTED YOUR MONEY. THIS IS HOW IT WAS ACROSS THIS PLANET. WE ALREADY KNOW THIS. AND IF YOU THINK WIND WILL SUPPLY POWER ACROSS THIS WORLD, YOUR DREAMING. AND YOU OBVIOUSLY HAVNT DONE YOUR RESEARCH. POWER IS EVERYWHERE AND ITS FREE.

  24. chizpa305 says:

    What is up with those pixelated images. Are they pixelated because he took the camera resolution also back in time?

  25. Wonderful, eye-opening presentation

  26. Clarky says:

    All I can say is, Thankyou.

  27. James R says:

    I don't know how any nature loving human being could live in NYC or any city like it for that matter. Central Park is not enough. I'll take living on the shores of Lake Michigan as I do now. Nature is healing, replenishing and calming.

  28. James R says:

    The elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about is the fact that the planet is currently overpopulated, yet worldwide the population is growing exponentially. The current population needs to be cut by half. How is that going to happen?

  29. This is what i call , a real TED talk !!

  30. Glenn Abbott says:

    Yeah a future without cars and bird killing windmills everywhere. Sounds like AOC green new deal passed

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